Guardly is a robust communication platform for emergencies that is changing the way mobile personal safety is delivered. Guardly is the first mobile application to give people the ability to both alert and connect in real-time with local authorities as well as their own personal safety network in a single tap.
Depending on your configuration of Guardly, you can reach your personal safety network by conference call, email, SMS or through every channel simultaneously.
Guardly uniquely allows your responding network to collaborate with you and amongst themselves through web and mobile web optimized incident pages to coordinate an effective response plan to reach you as soon as possible.
News on Guardly
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Guardly, a provider of enterprise mobile safety solutions, announced this morning that it has raised a seed round. The $1.45 million round, led by San Francisco's Freestyle Capital with... more
Today Guardly announced that the Crime Prevention Association of Toronto (CPAT) has selected their mobile safety technology to enable community users to report suspicious activities with their... more
Toronto-based Guardly today announced the launch of an Indoor Positioning System, which the startup describes as the industry’s first mobile safety solution that offers integrated indoor... more
Toronto's Guardly announced this morning a partnership to provide its Safe Campus™ solution as the safety module in Desire2Learn’s Campus Life™ mobile suite. Kitchener's... more
Toronto's Guardly announced this morning that it has entered into a partnership with Michigan's Code Blue Corporation - an industry leader in manufacturing emergency communication devices and help... more
This morning Toronto startup Guardly released the results from a customer study that was commissioned by the Campus Security department of a Toronto-based university. The university was in search... more
OCAD University, where imagination is everything, has teamed up with Toronto-based mobile startup Guardly to launch "a revolutionary new service" aimed at improving the safety of students and... more
Join a networking crowd of investors, startups and entrepreneurs in Toronto or Montreal for the Canadian screening of Ctrl Alt Compete – a Microsoft documentary on what it takes to be a... more
Toronto startup Guardly announced this morning a free nationwide service for students, faculty and staff at 67 Canadian universities and colleges across Canada. The service that will transform... more
Real estate agents have historically felt safe while performing their jobs, but the trend has shifted in recent years, with a number of agents raped, robbed and murdered while hosting open houses.... more
Celebrating Canada's Future Entrepreneurial Leaders, the FuEL Awards honour the achievements and aspirations of entrepreneurs under the age of 30, identify role models for progressive... more
The Ottawa government has granted stimulus funding to two Toronto startups. Wave Accounting will recieve over $750,000, and Guardly will recieve just under $250,000. Both companie are less than... more
This morning Toronto startup Guardly announced that they have added BlackBerry and Window Phone 7 to their app lineup. Guardly enables smartphones users in an emergency to instantly alert,... more
Toronto's Guardly announced today that their mobile personal safety application is now available for download from the App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch users in the US and Canada. Guardly... more
Details of the March edition of Sprout Up Toronto were announced today, and this month’s event will have a very notable speaker in the house. Graphic.ly founder Micah Baldwin will take the... more
Toronto was represented well today at the DEMO Spring 2011 event in Palm Desert with Guardly, Thoora, Trendspottr, and Viafoura all getting some solid coverage on VentureBeat. Conrad Egusa... more
The DEMO Innovation Tour, sponsored by Rogers Ventures, stopped by Toronto yesterday in search of the best product innovation to showcase at the DEMO Spring 2011 conference in Palm Desert, CA. In... more
There was a time when Rogers would air TV commercials promoting their "Amigo" phones and plans for their safety features: person crashes their car into a snow drift. Camera focuses on their handy... more